Bublcam and Fisheye for GoPro  

Discuss cameras used for shooting panoramas, virtual tours or 360° videos (GoPros, DSLRs, one shot cams, etc..) and their various accessoires (lenses, monopods/tripods, etc...).
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Bublcam and Fisheye for GoPro

by klausesser » Sat Aug 01, 2015 4:43 pm


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Re: Bublcam and Fisheye for GoPro

by Destiny » Sat Aug 01, 2015 9:26 pm

Clever, but $2200Aus + tax for just one of the 280 camers...

The Bubble Cam has been around for a long time... The quality of media is not great...

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Re: Bublcam and Fisheye for GoPro

by klausesser » Sat Aug 01, 2015 11:08 pm

Destiny wrote:Clever, but $2200Aus + tax for just one of the 280 camers...



Yes - but you need max. 2 of them - back to back.

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Re: Bublcam and Fisheye for GoPro

by Destiny » Sun Aug 02, 2015 12:17 am

So, $4,400... If the lenses are any good, and work correctly with the GoPro, which has quite good optics, then it might solve a lot of the stitching issues with the current options with 360 video.. Still a lot of money.. Plus tax and memory cards.. and some kind of rig to hold them.. The Rig makers need to be quick to jump in since the current options might have a limited life span with new technologies coming into the market...

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Yes - but you need max. 2 of them - back to back.

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